April 10, 2008 Colloquia/Workshops


Arti K. Rai (Duke Law), The Supreme Court (Re)Discovers Patents: Implications for the Biopharmaceutical Industry

Boston University

Robert Hillman (Cornell Law)


Elizabeth Emens (Columbia Law), Intimate Discrimination: The State’s Role in the Accidents of Sex and Love

Chicago Family, Sex, and Gender

Noah Zatz (UCLA Law), What Is a Working Family?: Revisiting the Class parity Analysis of Welfare Work Requirements & What Welfare Requires from Work

Florida State

Rick Geddes (Cornell Human Ecology)


Jennifer Gordon (Fordham Law), Transnational Labor Citizenship

Georgia State

Dr. Ellen Bassee


Laurence Helfer (Vanderbilt Law), Islands of Effective International Adjudication: Constructing an Intellectual Property Rule of Law in the Andean Community

Michigan Law & Economics

Guy Rub (Michigan Law, Student Fellow), The Efficiency of Contracts that Reallocate Entitlements in Creative Work: A Skeptical View

Minnesota Faculty Works

Jessica Litman (Michigan Law), Rethinking Copyright


Catherine Smith (Denver Law)

NYU Tax Policy & Public Finance

Alan Auerbach (UC Berkeley Law), Long-Term Objectives for Government Debt


Katharina Pistor (Columbia Law), Comparative Corporate Law and Emerging Markets

Temple International Law

Jutta Brunnee (Toronto Law), Interactional International Law: Reflections on Obligations

UCLA Legal Theory

Sarah Song (UC Berkeley Law), Three Models of Civic Solidarity

Yale Human Rights

Ralph Steinhardt (George Washington Law), Corporate Complicity and the Alien Tort Statute

Yale Law & Economics

C. Fritz Foley (Harvard Business), Welfare Payments and Crime